On November 9, 2019, the so-called former pastor, Rev. Dr. Susan K. Smith, will lead in an event designed to bless Planned Parenthood Greater Ohio’s East Columbus Surgical Facility. This is a place where unborn children are systematically slaughtered. How this can be celebrated is a mystery to me.
This woman says that those who are pro-life do not have a monopoly on faith, and suggests in an outlandish statement that “abortions are good.” Not only that but that killing babies via abortion is both “biblical and godly.” I am not sure what planet this monster is living on. Smith claims to have a social justice ministry now. Just how are these children afforded any justice? Imagine praying to the Almighty the giver of life: “I thank you Lord that I am not like those horrid protesters outside that are hurling accusations. I am a person of faith and I can thank you for the opportunity you give me to slaughter this child in the womb here today.” I can’t imagine in my most nefarious nightmares such a “prayer of faith.”
Maybe Dr. Smith has a lot of faith. Maybe she is a champion of faith. But if I were a betting man, I would wager everything I own that her lord and master is none other than the devil himself. After all, Jesus said that he is a murderer and liar from the beginning (John 8:44-45).
If it walks like a duck . . .
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